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HISTORY OF PERSIA

Alikhanoff, Russian officer, ii. 464

Ali Kuli Khan, vide Adil Shah

Ali Mohamed, Sayyid^ founder of the Babi

religion, ii. 443 >* «y.
Ali of Oude, Vbier, ii. 396
Ali Riza, vide Riza, Imam
- -Al-Katif, district behind Bahrein, ii. 27
Al-Kunduri, Vizier of Toghril, ii. 103
Allah ho Akbar Range, ii, 340
Allat, Arabian goddess, ii. 4
Al-Muttalib (brother of J^ashim), ii. 5, 6
Alp Arslan, Seljuk, ii. xox, 102 j  reign

of, XO2-XO4

Alptigin, chief of Ghazna, ii. 90, 95
Altai Mountains, i. 492
Altigin, Khan of Samarcand, ii. 105
Alum  Khan,  Mir,  Arab chief, ii.  371,

37^

Al-Uzza, Goddess (Planet Venus), ii. 4
Alvand, Mount, i. 17, 126
Al-Yakubi (Arab historian), ii, 43
-'Amadai (the Medes), i. 122
•Axnadana, ancient   name   of  Hamatlan,

q.v.

Amanic Gate, i. 268
Aman Ulla Khan, Ghilzai, ii. 3x5, 317,

321, 326 : death of, 329
Amardians (or Mardians), i. 56
Araasis, King of Egypt, i. 154, 167, 168,

230

Amen, Temple of, i. 92
Amenophis III., King of Egypt, i. 86
Amenophis IV,, King of Egypt, i. 86
Amestris,  Persian  Queen,   i.   187,   226,

231? 234                                           ,••

Amghisia, city on the Euphrates, i, 532 f
Amida  (the modern  Diarbekr),  i. 450,

451 j bishop of, 468 ; 479 $ capture of,

5**

Amin, son of Zobayda; reign and death

of, ii. 71-72

Amina (mother of Mohamed), ii. 6
Aminia, i. 48
—Amirabad, Kurdish stronghold in Khora-

san, ii. 424 /

Amir-i-Nizam, vide Taki Khan, Mir&et
~~AmXrkot, ii. 356
Amman Kasibar, possibly the Memnon of

the Greeks, i. 58

Ammi-zaduga, King of Babylon, i. 77
*<"Ammon, i. 168 5 oasis of, 272
Amorium, Greek fortress, ii. 80
*«Ampe, city at the mouth of the Tigris, i.

202
Amr (Moslem general),  ii. 30, 34, 35,"

36» 4*, 51
Amr-ul-Lais, Saffar 5 career of, ii. 88-89 ;

90

-Amu Daria (the Oxus), River, i. 24
-~Amul, ii. 205
Amyntas, Macedonian monarch, I. 202,

Amyrtaeus, King of Egypt, i. 230
Amyrtacus (grandson), i. 243, 244
Anahita or Anaitis (Goddess of Fecun-

dity), i. 246, 337
Anastasius, Emperor, i. 479, 480
Anatolia, i. 136

Anau, site in Trnnscaspia, i. 6x, 65
Ancyra, Battle of, i. 322-323 5 333
Andalusia, i. 7
Anderab, town in Afghan Turkestan, i,

Andragoras (Satrap of Parthia), i. 332
Andronicus the Elder 5 embassy to Ghazan
Khan, ii. 190-191
Andros, i, 219
Angora, ii. 197 j battles of, 209, 210
Anselm (Dominican Friar), ii. 169
Anshan or  Anzan, district of, i. 56, 70,
73? 74, '51) 152
An-sih, Chinese name for Parthia, i. 365
Antalcichus, Pence of, i, 243, 244, 246
Antigonus,   i.  306,   307 ; struggle with
Eumenes, 308-309 ; rise to power, 309,
310; defeats Ptolemy, 312, 313, 3x6
Antigonus (nephew of Hyrcanus), i. 385
Antigonus Doson of Macedonia, i. 324
Antigonus Gonatas, son of Demetrius, i.
317, 318, 320
Antioch, i, 3x3, 314, 355, 356, 380, 381,
385, 4x1, 4i2» 4*7, 43 x» 43^ 433;
seized  by Shaptir I., 433 ; 452» 48a j
captured by Noahirwan, 488-489; 494 j
sacked by the Persians, 522-523 ; cap-
tured by Moslems, ii. 30 j 105 j captured
by Crusaders, 1x6 ;  167
Antioch-in-Perais, i, 326
Antiochus I. (Soter), son of Seleucus, i.
3135  accession of, 317;   defeats the
Gauls, 318 ; death of, 320
Antiochus II. (Theus), reign of, i. 320 ;
• 3**
Antiochus III. (the Great), i. 332 j early
career, 334-336 ; campaign against Ar-
saces III., 336-337} inarch through
Bactria, the^ Panjab, and Kerman, 3 37-
338 j Egyptian campaign, 340 j relations
with Rome, 341-343 5 Battle of Mag-
nesia, 343-346 j death, 346 ; 349, 351,
359» 3&&
Antiochus IV. (Epiphanes), i, 350 5 Eastern
campaigns and death, 3515, persecution
of the Jews, 35i-35*i 353t 3*2, 37*
Antiochus (son of Alexander the Pretender),
Antiochus Hierax, Seleucid Prince, i, 322,
3*3? 3*4
Antiochus Sidctcs, Seleucid Prince, i. 356,
357
Antipater, King of Egypt, i. 266, 267, 306,
307,308,309,314
Antoninus, Marcus, Roman Emperor, i.
410